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    Just 19 Games To Try In Self-Isolation, So That You Don't Lose Your Mind

    I, for one, can't wait to play Monopoly for 16 hours straight.

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    1. Codenames, because sometimes a round of Mafia isn't enough to get you into the sneaky spirit.

    2. The Jackbox Party Pack, because the joy of gaming shouldn't be confined to how many controllers you own.

    3. A two-pack of playing cards that have endless opportunities for hours of fun.

    4. Jenga, because no home is complete without a set of these little blocks to get the party started.

    5. Guess Who, decidedly the most classic guessing board game to ever exist.

    6. Uno, so you can master the "Reverse", "Skip" and "Pick Up Four" combo and transform into the ultimate Uno master.

    7. Boggle, which will allow you to stimulate your mind and give your eyes a break from staring at a screen all day.

    8. Hungry Hungry Hippos, because we all need to release a little pent-up energy and if that includes smashing a button to eat all the little balls, so be it.

    9. Animal Crossing, because there's no way you're about to try butterfly catching in real life, so you may as well do it on your Switch.

    10. Azul, because games should be fun as well as aesthetically pleasing.

    11. The We Do Game that's designed to encourage less screen time.

    12. Yahtzee, because sometimes all you need to have a good time are a few blocks of dice and a scorecard.

    13. Exploding Kittens, which is super interactive and entertaining, while also allowing you to flex your competitive side.

    14. A tarot deck, which is perfect for you to teach yourself how to read your destiny.

    15. Cooking Frenzy, because you and I both know how much you miss going out to eat and making meals for virtual customers is the next best thing, right?

    16. Trivial Pursuit, so that you can spend hours boasting about how great your general knowledge is.

    17. Unstable Unicorns, which features some pretty badass unicorns that can destroy your friends' lives.

    18. Monopoly, but the "ultimate banking" edition, which has higher stakes and more curveballs to keep the game interesting.

    19. And finally, Cards Against Humanity, which will force your fellow players to be brutally honest about how funny you aren't.

    You after being challenged to any of the above games by your self-iso buddies.

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